President Clinton meets with Jordan's King Hussein
WAP99010503 - 05 JANUARY 1999 - WASHINGTON, D.C., USA: Jordan's King Hussein during a meeting with President Clinton in the White House Oval Office, January 5. iw/Ian Wagreich
Jordan wants to build an $18 billion oil pipeline from southern Iraq to beat the kingdom's crippling energy shortage, but it's also looking to built two nuclear reactors, a step the United States doesn't want its Arab ally to take.
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